» » Ofcourse it would look odd if u wear surgical cap to work and people
» » nowadays all know so its not that easy to fool them…
» I would not agree with this. People now a days do not all know about hair
» transplants. We think they do because we are on these forums all the time
» and we constantly think about hair and procedures, but the common guy in
» the office knows very little about this stuff.
» They do not assume because you are wearing a hat that you had a procedure
» like we all tend to do.
Well i dont agree with that. i think atleast for a week or two its quite obvious esp till the redness remains with hair sticking out where there were none before unless u can camouflage it in someway…or may be wear a hat for that long to office(i think surgical cap is a dead giveaway that u had something done with ur head)
my point is that unless u are ready to take time off(i took two weeks off),wear cap,make excuses,camouflage with existing hair etc-its hard to fool people…its not like u can return to work very nxt day or day after with a head full of scabs nd people would say"oh!this is so normal,i dont care" nd as for corporate world think about going to work with a surgical cap…
otherwise like mentioned before, u can have i dnt give damn attitude and simply not care what people might think